Zgoda Apartments Hotel
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... core exhibits don't open till October 28, but we were able to at least enter and catch photos of the guys working to get it all set up.
The interior of the building. Curved walls. I don't know why, unless to create an atmosphere of oppression.
... Beer & apple cake & ice cream were good too. Total cost for the 2 of us- $24 Aus. This place is cheap! Had an early night. I'd thought Warsaw to be a poor, drab place but was surprised. The city itself was quite vibrant with lots of cafés, bars, shops & quite pretty. May not be the place to be in the middle of winter but on a nice day it was very enjoyable. Girls looked good ...
... In many. So we went to visit this palace today, Wilanow Palace from the late 16 hundreds A summer palace for King Jan Sobieski III. He was good because he helped conquer the Ottoman Empire in 1683 As we walked through the perfect symmetry of gardens And saw how TIME was important in his life through the numerous clocks in the rooms Viewed elaborate paintings on ceilings in the baroque style And massive ...
We arrived in Warsaw at around 4:30 on Friday. In line at the gate in Amsterdam, we met a couple from NYC so that was a good start to the trip. The flight to Warsaw was a little bumpy but what can you do—the weather in both places was windy and rainy. The ride from the airport took about 45 min. because it was quitting time on a Friday. We checked into our room right ...
... down to the fees paid for public toilets, so that we can figure out what we've spent and where. If anyone is interested in knowing how much a trip like this would cost, just let us know and we can fill you in on the details, down to the nearest tenth of a cent.
Did I pack correctly? The weight of my backpack is much more manageable after I discovered to use the hip straps. The difficulty was packing for the different climates, and I tended to go with ...